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Mayhem Parts Ways With Guitarist, Silmaeth, Announces Replacement

Norwegian black metal legends Mayhem have announced that they have parted company with guitarist Silmaeth. Replacing him in the band will be Teloch, known for his work with Nidingr, God Seed, and Ov Hell. A statement from Mayhem front man Atilla Csihar reads:

"Mayhem have decided to step forward and invite Teloch into the Mayhem Brotherhood, replacing Silmaeth on guitars. Teloch is a long-time friend and a great guitarist. Mayhem would like to thank Silmaeth for his full dedication towards the band for the last two years, we wish him all success in his musical career!"

Speaking on his new role, Teloch said: "After many years in the Norwegian metal scene, doing all sorts of extreme metal in numerous bands, I finally hit the bulls-eye and joined my old friends in Mayhem!"

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1. DreamHeater writes:

R.I.P. Euronymous.
I still can't wait for whatever the hell they do next, though.

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2. Triforce writes:

D:

fffuuuuu

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3. Arnvidr writes:

Two years?? Where have I been? I thought they were still doing the last tours with Blasphemer, waiting for the announcement that he was finally out. I guess time flies like hell. Oh well, make a new album already!

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